The Junior League of Douglas County (JLDC) would like to cordially invite members of the community to an upcoming Education Fair. High school students, working adults or anyone interested in taking classes, enhancing their current skill set or simply furthering their education are encouraged to attend this free event. In a continuing effort to promote education and literacy's connection to success, the Junior League of Douglas County is hosting this event as part of their 25 Year Anniversary of service to the greater community. Current participants who will be recruiting eager students and adults include, - Mercer University - University of West Georgia - Georgia Highlands College - Strayer University - Georgia Department of Labor Each participating organization will be giving a short presentation, materials about their institution/admissions and how they can help everyone reach their full potential and education goals. The Fair will be held at the Douglasville Conference Center in downtown Douglasville, GA. With door prizes being awarded, light refreshments provided, and no fees to attend or present, the fair is scheduled to begin at 6:30 PM on Monday, April 15th and to last about an hour. For anyone interested in presenting at the event and making a positive impact in our community, please contact JLDC Education Co-Chair, Dr. Meda Rollings, at [email protected] for more information. The Junior League of Douglas County is a 501(c) 3 non-profit that has been serving Douglas County for over a quarter century. With a special emphasis on community service and education, the JLDC is a volunteer driven, civic organization that promotes the long term benefits of literacy and other initiatives to make our community vibrant and healthy. Through recognizing the unmet needs of the community and building effective coalitions, the JLDC affects positive change while shaping women to be effective leaders.